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Old 02-22-2007, 12:13 PM   #1
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Wheels and stuff, yeah stuff.


I've decided after ordering TRD lowering springs, that i mise well finish the job and get a nice set of wheels and tires to go along with my most recent purchase.

I live out East in Canada, where the roads are horrid on a good day. When i decided to lower the car, i had to factor in what my comute to work was like, and the road conditions, the TRD springs just fit my profile nicely.

What im looking for is, what, i guess would be a great measurement for a set of rims, that will fit my 3DR Hatch, but won't stick out past the fender, as i do love a wheel that tucks up underneath. My problem is, i have no clue what width and offset im looking at, to achieve this goal, any help or suggestions would be greatly apperciated.

P.S - I'm looking at either a 15 or 16 inch rim.


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Old 02-22-2007, 09:10 PM   #2
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That seems to be the question of the day around here. If you are lowering the car and your roads are really as bad as you say i would got with mabye a 55 series on a 15x7 rim. Just my opinion but im sure some will say im wrong.
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